Ahead of a 2025 Australian release, the 2025 Peugeot E-5008 – which is to the E-3008 what the current 5008 is to the current 3008 – has been revealed. Built on a new Stellantis platform, the E-5008 will offer batteries up to 98kWh in size with up to 660km of range on the WLTP cycle. Powertrains making up to 240kW of power will also be offered, while both mild- and plug-in hybrid options will be launched in the future as well. As before, the E-5008 is a seven-seater.

According to Peugeot, the E-5008 “sets a new benchmark by becoming the only all-electric SUV to offer an exceptional living space for 7 passengers and up to 660 km electric range.”

“Benefiting from the STLA Medium platform and a battery made in France, the E-5008 meets the needs of customers looking for a large SUV with an assertive design, welcoming interior and efficient electric performance.”

Inside the 2025 Peugeot E-5008 follows a very similar dashboard design as the E-3008, but with different colouring. A huge 21-inch ‘i-Cockpit’ dashboard screen set up sits prominently on the dashboard, with a single curved display incorporating the driver’s display and the infotainment system. Below the air vents are 10 ‘i-Toggle’ switches, which can be customised to the driver’s needs and offer more convenience than going through the touchscreen for various functions.

Inside the cabin are a range of materials, including leather-effect upholstery and aluminium trim. Equipment highlights include laminated front windows, massaging seats and semi-automatic lane change functionality. According to Peugeot, more than 500kg of green materials are used in the E-5008.

Like the current 5008, the new model features seven seats as standard and each seat moves independently of one another. Measuring 4,790mm long, 1,890mm wide and with a height of 1,690mm, the new model is 149mm longer, 46mm wider and and 46mm taller than the current model.

The 2025 Peugeot E-5008 offers 259-litres of space behind the third row, 748L with the third row folded (157L more than the current model) and 1,815L (+146L) of space with the second row of seating as well.

Two battery sizes will be offered with the 2025 Peugeot E-5008: the entry-level version uses a 73kWh battery for a claimed 500km of range, while the optional 98kWh ‘long-range’ battery offers a claimed 660km of range on the WLTP cycle. After launch, mild- and plug-in hybrid (with 80km of EV range) variants will also be offered.

Three powertrains will be offered: a 157kW/345Nm single-motor variant, a 240kW/515Nm dual-motor variant – both of which use the smaller battery – and a 170kW/345Nm single-motor variant that uses the larger battery. All models can charge at up to 160kW on a DC fast charger (for a 20 to 80 per cent charge in 30 minutes), or 11kW using AC – a higher-output 22kW AC onboard charger is available as an option.

The 2025 Peugeot E-5008 will go on sale in Australia sometime in 2025. Stay tuned to DiscoverAuto for the latest automotive news and reviews.

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